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RE: Favorite hand held meal?

Son of Norway 01/29/15 01:19am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 1986 Holiday Rambler

A picture of the switch might help. As to the generator, on my HR the generator fuel hose is t'd off of the mechanical fuel pump gas return hose. Miles
Son of Norway 01/27/15 02:30pm Tech Issues
RE: RV refrigerator,, repair or replace??

I'll comment on the older than 10 years case. Much cheaper to repair. Both the cooling unit and the circuit board are easy do-it-yourself jobs. The refrigerator itself is just an insulated box. As long as you are content with the design, no need to replace. Miles
Son of Norway 01/14/15 10:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Screw pulled out of wall.... best fix??

In similar situations for my HR I have used toggle bolts. They are similar to the molly's. I use the smaller sizes. A big box store will have either type. Miles
Son of Norway 12/01/14 05:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Renting RV Late Dec. - Phoenix-Denver...All Routes Unsafe?

A winter trip is possible with a lot of luck and careful planning. I sometimes use my RV in the winter for fishing trips. First winterize the water tank and lines, you won't be using them. Instead I use water from the square blue jugs with spigots. They can be set on the counter and used just like faucets. We also take showers from a bucket with a little electric shower pump that my wife found. The toilet can be flushed with some water from a bucket. Pour a lot of anti-freeze down into the waste tanks and dump them as soon as possible. Such a trip is totally weather-dependant. I don't drive my RV in the mountains during snow. Miles
Son of Norway 11/16/14 05:47pm Roads and Routes
RE: Global Warming

It is amazing how small a picture that some people have of the world. They think that because it is cold where they are that global warming is a hoax. They don't know and probably don't want to know that right now in Fairbanks it is 27 degrees. Miles . . . And in Barrow it is 31
Son of Norway 11/13/14 10:28am Snowbirds
RE: AlbanyRV/RVone should I feel disappointed or ripped off?

Live and learn. Miles
Son of Norway 11/12/14 11:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Colorado SP winter camping

Saint Vrain State Park. Miles
Son of Norway 11/12/14 05:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1989 Southwind Heater controls

Try acmeairparts.com. What is the nature of your problem? Miles
Son of Norway 11/12/14 12:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winterization

Anything below 32 is too cold. I would winterize it every time you bring it back. If you are handy with a compressor it doesn't take very long and the peace of mind is worth it. I also fill the lines with anti-freeze. Miles
Son of Norway 11/05/14 11:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Genset success, then tragedy

Great job. By the way, how do you like that Edelbrock? Miles
Son of Norway 11/02/14 06:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Beware when camping in Hastings, Nebraska

What the other respondents say is true. But based on Steve's posts about this campground and its management, I will most definitely find a different place to camp the next time I am in the Hastings area. Miles
Son of Norway 11/01/14 09:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Adding a Fan Speed Control to my Range Hood

I also installed a PWM on the vent fan in my bathroom. They are marvelous little gadgets with many applications. Miles
Son of Norway 10/28/14 09:38pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Lake Ouachita Honeymoon!

Congratulations on starting the greatest adventure of your lives. Our marriage also started with a camping trip 30 years ago. I hope that the coming years are as happy for you as they have been for us. Miles
Son of Norway 10/27/14 09:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions

Moraine Park is the best campground in RMNP, hands down. IMHO. We always stay in spots that are on the south side. Miles
Son of Norway 10/18/14 09:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1990 Holiday Rambler Crown Imperial 37

. . . But they aren't all dead. Some of them are still around although they do require life support. Any coach does no matter how young or old. HR's are elegant, well-made coaches and even one that's 25 years old can still give good service. Miles
Son of Norway 10/10/14 10:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Colorado Indecision--Where to go this week?

How long have you been in Colorado? We are also transplants (30 years). All of the outdoor locations and facilities along the Front Range are subject to heavy use by the public and things are fairly tightly-regulated. The best campgrounds are booked 6 months in advance. Expect it to get even worse as the Front Range continues to grow. Closed usually means gated. The options for dispersed camping along the Front Range are limited. Go to the individual Forest websites to get current info on open locations. Call the office for the Forest you intend to go to and talk to someone to check your information before you go. Making a mistake could lead to a citation and a fine. Before we bought the HR we used to have a '72 Winnebago Indian. I could drive that thing up many jeep roads. One of our favorite campgrounds was Rainbow Lakes outside of Nederland. I would suspect that Rainbow lakes is probably closed by now, but you could check. We have also camped in some dispersed camping spots west of Red Feather Lakes. The campground up there at Dowdy Lake is open year-round. Every one has their favorite places and you need to book them months in advance. You should also start looking farther afield. For you I would suggest Withers Canyon Trailhead at Picketwire Canyon south of La Junta (Comanche National Grasslands). It might remind you of places you have camped at in Arizona. It is close enough for a week-end. Be sure to visit the dinosaur track site. (I like to use a mountain bike to get there from the campsites.) We also like to go fishing and camping in the Flat Tops. If you are willing to drive for 3 hours you can get to places that don't see as much pressure. Enjoy your new state! Miles
Son of Norway 10/07/14 12:39am Roads and Routes

It's understandable that you have a lot of questions. Try breaking them up into different posts for each subject area once you have done some more research. I can tell you that if you have difficulty affording your apartment it will be very difficult for you to afford a motorhome. My HR was in great condition when I bought it but I have already had to put as much into it as I paid for it after only 5 years. You are probably going to pay at least 15K for a (newer) older unit with a slide. Is that in your price range? I do wish you good luck on your new endeavor. Miles
Son of Norway 10/06/14 07:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What Kind Of Tool Kit Do You Carry?

Extensive for any type of repair, including a mounted spare, jacks and tools for roadside tire changes. Miles
Son of Norway 10/01/14 08:26pm Tech Issues
Ever tow a pop-up behind your class A?

I'm planning a trip for 6 of us in our HR including my 95 year-old mother and 3 adult children. There are not enough beds in the coach and none of us is willing to sleep on the ground in a tent anymore. I'm considering towing a small pop-up for an extra bedroom and storage space. Have any of you done this and how did it work out? Thanks; Miles
Son of Norway 09/23/14 04:59pm Class A Motorhomes
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